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Correct spellings for FRIDE

  • bride Everyone in the station wanted to know Merryon's bride. Here comes a blushing bride The groom is by her side – Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour by Lonnie Donegan
  • fire Mrs. Fisher had gone to the drawing-room and the fire. All the Foes Ships destroy'd, by Sea or fire, Victorious Blake, does from the Bay retire, – On The Victory Obtained By Blake Over the Spaniards, In The Bay Of Scanctacruze, In The Island Of teneriff.1657 by Andrew Marvell
  • fired Lockley fired from the doorway. And that's why you were hired hired. Don't do your job and you'll be fired fired. – After Hours by Electric 6
  • freed And they have been released by the hundreds of thousands ever since Luther's time, are being freed by the hundreds of thousands to-day. I don't need you half as much As you need me And I thank my lucky stars That you have freed me – I Don't Need You by Rupert Holmes
  • fret We have no time to fret No time for regret – Poison Well by insolence
  • fri
  • friday It was 5:45 on a Friday I was waitin' for a train goin' my way – Sugar & Candy by 2 Skinnee J's
  • fridge Coming down on London Bridge Ice cubes melting in my fridge – London Bridge Song, The by Joni Mitchell
  • fried Cleveland Armory is really fried ''cause all his donkey friends have died – Dead Donkeys by Jonathon Brandmeier
  • furred
  • pride Well you got your guts, you got your pride But you'll never let them see inside – Little Caesar by kiss
  • rid
  • ride Only horses', if you ride them too hard."
  • rider However, as Pierre was not yet a very expert rider, they decided that they would take the train as far as Maisons-Laffitte, whence they would proceed on their bicycles to the forest, cross it in the direction of Saint-Germain, and afterwards return to Paris by train.
  • Fared As they fared along, McKay once or twice inquired, more by gesture than by voice, how far they had to go.
  • Ferried Behold, once before you have ferried me across this water in your boat for the immaterial reward of a good deed.
  • Fred "Be careful, Fred," she said, laying her hand upon his arm.
  • Freda That must be Freda!
  • Frieda
  • Freddie He found Freddie in the swampy part of the meadow, near the place where the cat-tails grew.
  • Freida
  • Frito
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